Archive for October 2020

You’ve all heard by now that The Great Reset is upon us. But what is The Great Reset, exactly, and what does it mean for the future of humanity? Join James for this in-depth exploration of the latest rebranding of the New World Order agenda and its vision of a post-human Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Edward Curtin is a former college professor of sociology and theology at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts where he taught classes in the classics, philosophy, literature, religion and sociology. Currently he focuses his attention on journalism and writing essays, poetry and novels focused upon the mass media and propaganda, socio-politics and culture. For decades Ed's writings on a wide range of past and contemporary topics have appeared in newspapers, magazines, online sites and academic journals -- including Counterpunch, Oped News, Off-Guardian, . His most recent book is a collection of essays, "Seeking Truth in a Country of Lies," that goes to the very heart of many of the pressing humanitarian issues of our time.  Ed's website is
Professor Steven Nadler is the William Hay Professor in Humanities at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, where he teaches early modern philosophy - primarily of the 17th century -- and Jewish philosophy. He is regarded as one of the foremost scholars focusing on the life and thought of the Dutch-Portugese philosopher Baruch Spinoza, who died rather young at age 44 in 1677. Prof. Nadler received his doctorate at Columbia, and has held visiting professorships at the University of Amsterdam, universities in Parish, Stanford and the University of Chicago. He has also been elected as a member of the National Academy of Arts and Sciences and was a Pulitzer Prize finalist. Steven has written about a dozen books on Spinoza life and work. His latest is "Think Least of Death: Spinoza on How to Live and How to Die" published by Princeton University Press, which presents Spinoza's philosophy in a contemporary and practical context . 



Understanding the clash of worldviews underway, and the need for a new context for constructive communication and dialogue to enact solutions.

Dr. Elisabet Sahtouris (Sah-toor-is) is an evolution biologist, philosopher, futurist and a former professor specializing in how the principles of nature can be applied as models for organizational and systems change. In addition to having taught at MIT and the University of Massachusetts, Dr. Sahtouris currently teaches at Chaminade University in Honolulu. She has served as a consultant to the United Nations on indigenous peoples, has been leading voice in promoting the Gaia Hypothesis of James Lovelock, is a fellow of the World Business Academy, and has been an adviser for graduate business programs at universities. Elisabet is a frequent  keynote speaker for many conferences focused upon humanity’s future and sustainable economic systems.  She was the primary organizer for the millennium 2000 Earth Celebration in Athens Greece.  Elisabet has authored several important books including “Biology Revisited” (a dialogue with the late Willis Harman -- an American futurist and  a co-founder of the Institute of Noetic Sciences), “Earth Dance: Living Systems in Evolution” and more recently "Gaia Dance: The Story of Earth and Us".  Her website is

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